Volvo is the latest advertiser to pull its ads from "Hannity" in the wake of the prime-time host's coverage of Moore, the Alabama GOP Senate candidate accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women.
Conservative Christian supporters of pedophiles for Jesus, angry that Keurig will no longer advertise with professional liar Sean Hannity after his softball interview with perv Roy Moore, are punishing themselves by smashing their own property to teach advertisers who have zero obligation advertise with Hannity.
Hannity said he had to ask Moore several times about whether he dated teenage girls as a man in his 30s, until the judge answered concisely.
Sean Hannity is cutting Roy Moore loose.
When asked by a Banker & Tradesman reporter on Twitter why Realtor.com deleted the tweet announcing it would pull ads from Hannity's show and how it would explain the move to its members, almost two-thirds of whom are women, a spokesperson for Realtor.com replied with a link to the company's full official statement.
Hannity closed his program with a monologue summarizing the scandal enveloping Moore and his campaign.
Hannity's move to the 9 p.m. timeslot paid immediate dividends for the network, averaging 3.2 million viewers in October, topping Maddow's 2.5 million, the Nielsen company said.
Nature's Bounty said it hasn't advertised on the show since the summer but declined to give a reason.
In a memo to employees obtained by The Washington Post's Erik Wemple, CEO Bob Gamgort called Keurig's decision to explain its plan to "pause" its advertising with Hannity's show "highly unusual" and "outside of company protocols". Keurig and Realtor.com both said they were pulling their ads in recent days.
Fox News didn't immediately return a request for comment Monday.